European Youth Orienteering Championships

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The European Youth Orienteering Championships (EYOC) are a competition in orienteering involving competitors either between 14 and 16 or 16 and 18 (M/W 16 and M/W 18).

The current championship events are:

  • Long distance
  • Relay – for three-person teams
  • Sprint

Host towns/cities

Year Date Place
2002 June 21–23 Poland Gdynia, Poland[1]
2003 June 19–22 Slovenia Pezinok, Slovakia[2]
2004 June 25–27 Austria Salzburg, Austria[3]
2005 June 23–26 Czech Republic Šumperk, Czech Republic[4][5]
2006 June 29–July 2 Slovenia Škofja Loka, Slovenia[6]
2007 June 22–24 Hungary Eger, Hungary[7][8]
2008 October 10–12 Switzerland Solothurn, Switzerland[9]
2009 July 2–5 Serbia Kopaonik, Serbia[10]
2010 July 1–4 Spain Soria, Spain[11]
2011 June 23–26 Czech Republic Jindřichův Hradec, Czech Republic[12]
2012 June 28–July 1 France Bugeat, France[13]
2013 October 24–27 Portugal Caldas da Rainha, Portugal[14]
2014 June 25–28 North Macedonia Strumica, Macedonia[15]
2015 June 25–28 Romania Cluj-Napoca, Romania[16]
2016 30 Jun – 3 Jul Poland Jarosław, Poland[17]
2017 June 29 – July 7 Slovakia Banská Bystrica, Slovakia[18]
2018 June 28 – July 1 Bulgaria Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria[19]
2019 June 27–30 Belarus Grodno, Belarus[20]
2020 June 19-22 Hungary Hungary[21]

References

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  4. ^ "European Youth Orienteering Championships 2005". orienteering-history.info.
  5. ^ "European Youth Orienteering Championships 2005". lazarus.elte.hu.
  6. ^ "European Youth Orienteering Championships 2006 (Map relay)". matthiaskyburz.ch.
  7. ^ "European Youth Orienteering Championships 2007 (Finish field)". photobucket.com.
  8. ^ "European Youth Orienteering Championships 2007 (Map sprint)". matthiaskyburz.ch.
  9. ^ "European Youth Orienteering Championships 2008". worldofo.com.
  10. ^ "European Youth Orienteering Championships 2009". worldofo.com.
  11. ^ "European Youth Orienteering Championships 2010". worldofo.com.
  12. ^ "European Youth Orienteering Championships 2011". worldofo.com.
  13. ^ "European Youth Orienteering Championships 2012". worldofo.com.
  14. ^ "European Youth Orienteering Championships 2013". orienteering.org.
  15. ^ "European Youth Orienteering Championships 2014". orienteering.org.
  16. ^ "EYOC 2015 – European Youth Orienteering Championship 2015". eventor.orienteering.org.
  17. ^ "EYOC 2016 – European Youth Orienteering Championship 2016". eventor.orienteering.org.
  18. ^ "EYOC 2017 – European Youth Orienteering Championship 2017". www.eyoc2017.com.
  19. ^ "EYOC 2019 – European Youth Orienteering Championship 2018". eventor.orienteering.org.
  20. ^ "EYOC 2019 – European Youth Orienteering Championship 2019". eventor.orienteering.org.
  21. ^ "IOF Council Meeting Minutes Published". orienteering.org.
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